The Andalusian region has this Tuesday, 30 November, registered a total of 915 coronavirus infections in 24 hours, more than those recorded on Monday (883) and also last Tuesday (425). Two more Covid-19 deaths have also been added, compared to Monday (one) and the same number as last Tuesday.
This is detailed in data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), which states that the 14-day cumulative incidence rate has increased 5.6 in 24 hours and is found in 105.1 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. It is also higher than the 73.3 on the same day last week and is the highest figure since 13 September (102.2).
The 915 cases this Tuesday are notified after the 883 on Monday and Sunday, 741 on Saturday, 1,045 on Friday, 983 on Thursday, 783 on Wednesday and the 425 last Tuesday.
Malaga is the province with the most positives with 248, followed by Seville with 213, Cadiz (146), Cordoba (126), Almeria (84), Huelva (44), Granada (29) and Jaén with 25.
The two deaths were registered in Malaga province.